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1. Nimbus-2 Level 2 Medium Resolution Infrared Radiometer (MRIR) V001 (MRIRN2L2) at GES DISC [GES_DISC_MRIRN2L2_V001]
The Nimbus II Medium Resolution Infrared Radiometer (MRIR) was designed to measure electromagnetic radiation emitted and reflected from the earth and its atmosphere at 5 wavelengths. ...


2. Nimbus-3 Level 2 Medium Resolution Infrared Radiometer (MRIR) V001 (MRIRN3L2) at GES DISC [GES_DISC_MRIRN3L2_V001]
The Nimbus III Medium Resolution Infrared Radiometer (MRIR) was designed to measure electromagnetic radiation emitted and reflected from the earth and its atmosphere at 5 wavelengths. ...


3. Nimbus-2 Level 2 Earth's cloud cover at night, and Temperature of cloud tops and terrain features V001 (HRIRN2L2) at GES DISC [GES_DISC_HRIRN2L2_V001]
The Nimbus II High Resolution Infrared Radiometer (HRIR) was designed to perform two major functions: first to map the Earth's cloud cover at night to complement the television coverage during the ...


4. Nimbus-3/HRIR Level 2 Earth's Cloud Cover and Temperature of Cloud Tops and Terrain Features V001 (HRIRN3L2) at GES DISC [GES_DISC_HRIRN3L2_V001]
The Nimbus High Resolution Infrared Radiometer (HRIR) was originally designed to perform two major functions: First, to map the Earth's cloud cover at night to complement the television coverage during ...


5. Nimbus-4/THIR Level 2 Earth's Cloud Cover at Night, Temperature of Cloud Tops and Terrain Features, 11.5 microns V001 (THIRN4L2CH115) at GES DISC [GES_DISC_THIRN4L2CH115_V001]
The Nimbus IV was successfully launched on April 8 1970. Nimbus IV Temperature-Humidity Infrared Radiometer (THIR) experiment replaced the Nimbus III MRIR and HRIR experiments. The ...


6. Nimbus-4/THIR Level 2 Upper Troposphere and Stratosphere Water Vapor, 6.7 microns V001 (THIRN4L2CH67) at GES DISC [GES_DISC_THIRN4L2CH67_V001]
The Nimbus IV was successfully launched on April 8 1970. Nimbus IV Temperature-Humidity Infrared Radiometer (THIR) experiment replaced the Nimbus III MRIR and HRIR experiments. ...


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